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Will India Inc's Q1 report meet investor expectations? That is the question

Foreign investors are questioning valuations, as earnings growth remain elusive four years in a row

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Q1 Earnings

Hamsini Karthik 



Starting this week, India Inc will again gear up for its busy quarterly earnings period. The question is whether or not corporate India will match investor expectations. With the goods and services tax taking effect on July 1, the expectations are extremely toned down for this June quarter, the first (Q1) of financial year 2017-18. Analysts at Edelweiss expect a moderate 12 per cent revenue growth for 225 under its coverage, while net profit growth might dip by up to two per cent, on the back of a 262 basis points decline in operating margins.

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First Published: Mon, July 10 2017. 17:05 IST

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